Summary: My Word Coach is very user friendly and fun! There are various exercises, as well as a way to look up definitions. The software is programmed to be encouraging rather than giving negative feedback about ones progress (like on a lot of other "brain training" games, I have tried). I would have given this five stars, but I am having a bit of trouble with this games, when an exercise requires handwriting recognition.
Summary: I love learning about new words and jumped at the chance to play a fun game to match. What I liked -Good word selection -Most of the games were fun -Controls worked very well What I didn't like -I hated word/letter scramble. I don't find it useful to learn a word. -Hopelessly repetitive -Not enough mini games to be excited about All in all it is fun but not fun enough to continue playing it after a while.
Summary: What started out as a game console has actually made me feel younger. Not that I've found the miraculous Fountain of Youth but I think having a better vocabulary and being able to hold your own in a conversation has its advantages. Like you know dude?
Summary: Positive points: My family members all think this game is fun. The game includes 16,000 words, including quite a bit of "SAT vocabulary" and the word difficulty level does progress nicely as you learn the words. The definitions, though simplified, are clear and accurate. Negative points: 1. The consultant on this game is Canadian, and so there are some "unusual" words, and others that are used in a different way than they would be in the U.S. 2.
Summary: Have had it for a month now. Very satisfied. It allows you to build vocabulary with out unnecessory stress of learning. Haven't figured out a way to have two different profiles for myself and my daughter which is important because if I play while using her profile, it will bump up the level for her too.But may be, it is there and I haven;t looked enough so far. I would highly recommended product.